Public Safety Canada released a lengthy 69-page research report, analyzing 45 different “metrics” (i.e. indicators of impact) that should be considered in a comprehensive evaluation of upcoming cannabis policy regime for personal use. Of the 45 important metrics identified, the authors explain that Canada only collects complete data on about 7 of these indications, partial data for about 17, with little to no data to evaluate the remaining 21 metrics.  While I won’t attempt to summarize all 45 indicators, I will highlight some of the interesting aspects of this report, focusing mostly on what is missing or where we have partial data.

A breakdown of the recent report on cannabis legalization released by Public Safety Canada – Lift News